• July 14, 2018
    7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Saturday July 14

Show starts at 7pm

Doors open at 6:15pm

Tickets are $42 at musicinthemountains.com


Faure : Elegie, Op. 24

Faure : “Apres un reve” from Trois melodies, Op. 7

Cassado : Requiebros

Masenet : “Meditation” from Thais

Tsintsadze : Five Pieces on Folk Themes

Tchaikovsky : Nocturne from Six Pieces, Op. 19, TH. 133

Tchaikovsky : Pezzo capriccioso, Op. 62

Shostakovich : Sonata in D Minor, Op. 40


Since winning the Cello First Prize and Gold Medal at the XIV International Tchaikovsky Competition in 2011 at the age of 22, Narek Hakhnazaryan has performed with most major orchestras and in recital across the globe and has established himself internationally as one of the finest cellists of his generation. From 2014-2016 he joined the prestigious BBC New Generation Artists scheme during which time he made a hugely successful BBC Proms debut, with the Guardian commenting on his “technically impeccable and distinctively personal account” of Haydn’s First Concerto. Of his LAPO debut in 2012, the LA Times said “His command of the instrument is extraordinary”, The Strad has described him as “dazzlingly brilliant” and the San Francisco Chronicle “nothing short of magnificent.”



Aviram Reichert—acclaimed for his deeply intelligent interpretations, phenomenal technique, and ravishing tonewon the bronze medal at the Tenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 1997, after having won several major competitions in Asia, France, and Germany.

Mr. Reichert performed as soloist with the leading orchestras in his native country, Israel, including the Israel Philharmonic, Haifa Symphony, Israel Chamber Orchestra, and  Jerusalem Symphony. His prize-winning participation in competitions in Japan and Korea brought him numerous concert engagements in Asia where he has been earning immense applause for 20 years, performing with the Tokyo Symphony, Tokyo Philharmonic, NHK Symphony, KBS, Korean Symphony Orchestra, and Daegu and Suwan Symphony Orchestras, to name a few. He has also performed with the National Symphony of the Dominican Republic, all the major orchestras in South Africa, and numerous orchestras in the United States. Conductors he has worked with include Sergiu Commissiona, James Conlon, Peter Bay, James De Priest, Leslie Dunner, Miguel Harth-Bedoya, David Lockington, Ken-ichiro Kobayashi, Emmanuel Krivine, Meir Minsky, Mendi Rodan, Leon Botstein, Kevin Rhodes, Barry Wordsworth, Guillermo Figueroa, Michele Carulli, and Kim Daejin.

Described as “a big player with all the tension of a coiled spring suddenly unsprung….he has heft and he has poetry…,” in recital, Mr. Reichert has performed throughout the United States, Israel, South Africa, Asia, and Europe, where an appearance at the Herkules-Saal in Munich elicited an enthusiastic ovation and high critical praise. Festival performances include the Ruhr and Epinal Music, Tokyo Summer, Bear Valley Music, Steamboat Springs, Ravinia, Fontana, and Gilmore Keyboard Festivals. A fine chamber musician, he has collaborated with artists such as Anne Akiko Meyers, Maya Beiser, Guy Braunstein, Yuri Gandelsman, Vadim Gluzman, Dylana Jenson, Bill Purcell, Philippe Quint, Ron Selka, Chen Halevi, Song young Hoon, Mathieu Dufour, and Sejong Solosits.

In addition to his busy performing career, Mr. Reichert is a sought-after teacher who is frequently invited to conduct master classes in Japan, Korea, South Africa, Israel, and the United States. From 2001–2008 he held the positions of associate professor of piano and artist-in-residence at Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, MI. He is currently serving as professor of piano at Seoul National University, College of Music, where more than 20 of his students have won major national and international awards.



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